Easter in the DeanWye doesn’t have to be expensive, here are some Easter events that will cost £10 or under per person. If you want to see the full range of Easter Events in the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean then click here.
Get a unique eggs-perience with Inspiring Creativity learning the ancient art of Mosaics for a longer-lasting Easter Egg treat. In a bite-sized introduction, learn the art of this ancient craft and create a decorative mosaic Easter egg, using a range of glass tiles, broken crockery and ceramic beads. Perfect for beginners.
Become a woodland animal egg-splorer this Easter up at The Kymin. Make your own binoculars and then follow the clues to find animals from all over the world hidden in the woodland.
Join in the fun searching for bunnies and see what the little rascals are doing at Puzzlewood. If you find them all you’ll win a prize!
Enjoy an eggs-plosion of Easter events at The Dean Heritage Centre – crafts, trails, workshops are all included in the normal ticket price!
Why not paint pots, make slime and look for hidden bunnies during an eggs-celent Easter holiday visit for the whole family to Taurus Crafts.
Try out the new eggs-ilarating Forest of Dean Adventure Assault Course which opens this Easter! Crawl, balance, leap and wobble your way around the low-level assault course. Then do it all over again wearing blackout goggles – can you trust your partner to get you round?! Minimum age 6 years.
Follow the Easter Bunny underground at Clearwell Caves! A free underground ‘spot the Easter egg’ competition over the Easter week, (admission to the caves applies) with correct entries going into a Grand Easter Draw to win the Easter prizes.
Easter treasure hunt at Perrygrove Railway. Aimed at children aged 2-8, answer a series of questions, which lead you to a treasure box in the Indoor Village – if you haven’t answered the questions correctly, then your key will not unlock the box! Treasure hunt £1.90 each
Burn off your chocolate Easter eggs (to make room for more) with Footgolf at Forest Hills Golf Club. Family friendly football activity which takes place on a dedicated Footgolf course and takes about an hour. No particular skills are needed but the footballers in your family will score best!
At Hopewell Colliery see how coal, the power source of Britain for many centuries, is mined. Understand the extreme conditions that miners have to work in, even today! Your guided tour will take you underground and through the mine workings until eventually you reemerge into the tranquillity of the Forest of Dean